Monthly Archives: September 1995

School Daze

September 30, 1995
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Tammy’s tears are flowing, Little Johnny pulled her hair. Susie spilled her milk, Now Jesse’s on a tear. Dear Lord please give me strength, To be patient and be calm. Remember they are children, To anger don’t succumb. My teacher never told me, I’d have days like these. Never said the sweet young things, Could…

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Dream

September 30, 1995
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Don’t be afraid to dream, For life will quickly pass. But guard them with your soul, They shatter just like glass. One day you’re at the top, No way you can be beat. No way you can be stopped, The world is at your feet/ Then things start to happen, Events they just unfold. You…

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Showgirls Showmanship

September 30, 1995
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Hip, Hip, Hooray; Hip, Hip, Hooray; Hip, Hip, Hooray; three cheers for Dickinson and Crown Cinema’s. Both chains have just pulled the NC-17 rated “Showgirls” from theaters across the midwest. The cheers however, are quite cynical. In the Sept. 29th issue of “The Eagle”, Richard Durwood, owner of Crown Cinemas is quoted “we didn’t feel…

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College Loan Boo Hoo

September 15, 1995
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I’m getting really sick & tired of all this boo – hoo – hoo over restructuring government back student loans. How in the world have we produced so many citizens that believe a college education is a God given right? Yes, the Bible does say that wisdom is good. But nowhere does it say that…

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Kassebaum Kool

September 1, 1995
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Poor Nancy Kassebaum, one of the most calm, cool voices on Capitol Hill has done it again. In her attempt to bring reason and fairness to the budget crisis she has invited the wrath of yet another special interest group. This time it’s the Kansas higher education establishment. You see Ms. Kassebuam has proposed that…

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